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DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

Course File

CE 311 Structural Analysis

Course Outline Structural Analysis

Prepared by:

Dr. Sana Amir

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

1. Course Title:

Structural Analysis

 2 Course ID: 3 Semester: 4 Pre-Requisites 5 Course Objectives:

5a. Course Learning Outcomes (CLO)

5b. Course learning Outcomes (CLO) mapping with Program’s Learning Outcomes (PLO)

6. Course Outline:

CE-311

5th

Engineering Mechanics

Mechanics of Materials

Elementary Structural Analysis

To familiarize students with various methods of calculating structural response of indeterminate structures under different loading combinations.

To develop computing skills for analysis of structures using software like ETBAS and SAP2000.

The student will be able to:

Analyze statically indeterminate structural members subjected to various types of loading and by using classical methods like Force Method, Virtual Work Method, Slope Deflection Method etc.

Analyze statically indeterminate beams by Plastic Method.

PLO-1: Engineering Knowledge: An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PLO-2: Problem Analysis: An ability to identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

Introduction: Statically indeterminate structures, determination of degree of instability and stability of structures.

Force Method: Methods of least work and consistent deformation, Application to statically indeterminate beams, frames, trusses and two hinged arches.

Analysis of indeterminate Beams. Trusses and Frames: Application of virtual Work (unit load method) to deflection of beams, trusses and frames, External and internal indeterminacy, Analysis of beams, frames and trusses with redundant support reactions.

Solution of internally indeterminate trusses with composite redundancy.

Analysis of Two-Hinged Arches: Analysis of two- hinged circular and parabolic arches having supports at same and at different levels by method of least work.

Course Outline Structural Analysis

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

Displacement Method: Slope deflection method, Moment distribution method, Application to indeterminate beams and frames.

Slope-Deflection Method: Concept, Stiffness factors, Equations, joint conditions, Application to analyze continuous beams and frames.

Moment Distribution Method: Concept, Distribution and carry over factors, Analysis of continuous beams and frames with and without yielding of supports, Solution of frames involving side sway, Analysis of closed frames and multistory portal frames.

Application of computer in structural Analysis:

Application of Sap2000 and ETABS for structural analysis.

Plastic Analysis: Introduction, Plastic hinge, Shape factor, Plastic section modulus, Analysis of simple cases of 1 or 2 span beams.

PartII (Lab) Assignment Internal Sessionals External Viva

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7. Evaluation

Methodology:

PartI (Theory) Mid term Quiz Mid Term Exam Final term Quiz Final term Exam Assignments

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8. List of Reference Books/Journals/Reports/ Web Sites:

Hibbler R.C. Structural Analysis, Prentice Hall

West H.H. Analysis of Structures, John Willey & Sons

Wang C.K, Intermediate Structural Analysis

9. Lecture Delivery Plan:

 Week 1 Introduction and revision of concepts regarding statically determinate and Indeterminate structures. Week 2 Introduction to Force Method and its basic methodology. Derivation of basic equations used in the analysis of different structural system. Week 3 Application of Force Method to beams with single and multiple degree and of indeterminacy. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class. Week 4 Application of Force Method to Frames with single and multiple degree of indeterminacy. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class. Week 5 Application of Force Method to Trusses with single and multiple degree of indeterminacy. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class.

Course Outline Structural Analysis

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

 Week 6 Introduction to Slope Deflection Method and its basic methodology. Derivation of basic equations used in the analysis of different structural system. Week 7 Application of Slope deflection Method for analysis of Beams with/without settlements. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class.

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Week 15

Week 16

Week 17

Week 18

Plastic analysis of beams and frames and their applications

Use of ETABS for solution of Trusses

Use of ETABS for solutions of beams.

Use of ETABS for solution of Frames.

Quiz-II and End Term Exam.

 Week 8 Application of Slope deflection Method for analysis of 2D Frames with/ without settlements. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class. Week 9 Quiz-I and Mid Term. Week 10 Derivation of Equations for the analysis of two hinged Circular/ parabolic Arches and its explanation using numerical problems. Week 11 Application of Moment distribution method for beams with single and multiple degree and of indeterminacy. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class. Week 12 Application of Moment distribution method for frames with single and multiple degree and of indeterminacy. Examples and hands on practice of problems within the class. Week 13 Influence line diagram’s for statically indeterminate structures.

10. Part II/Lab/Experiment Plan:

 Week 1 Reaction of continuous beam. Discussion on theory. Week 2 Reaction of continuous beam. Experimental Performance. Week 3 Determination of displacements at various locations of continuous beams and its verification through computation. Week 4 Determination of displacements at various locations of continuous beams and its verification through computation. Week 5 Determination of displacements at various locations of portal frame and its verification through computation. Week 6 Determination of displacements at various locations of continuous beams and its verification through computation. Week 7 Practice problems. Week 8 Quiz1 +Mid Semester Exam Week 9 Verification of Principle of Superposition. Theoretical discussion. Week 10 Verification of Principle of Superposition. Experimental Performance. Week 11 Determination of Modulus of Elasticity for a steel beam. Theoretical discussion. Week 12 Determination of Modulus of Elasticity for a steel beam. Experimental

Course Outline Structural Analysis

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

Week 13

Performance.

Determination of Reaction of a fixed ended beam. Theoretical discussion.

 Week 14 Determination of Reaction of a fixed ended beam. Experimental Performance. Week 15 Practice Problems. Week 16 Quiz2 + Final Semester Exam

11. Mapping of CLOs with PLOs

12. OBE indicators

ACHIEVED PLO FOR Structural Analysis
67%
66%
66%
66%
65%
64%
63%
62%
61%
60%
59%
58%
57%
56%
PLO1
PLO2
Achieved PLO
Attained Percentage

Course Outline Structural Analysis

DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING

UNIVERSITY OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY, LAHORE

ACHIEVED CLO For Structural Analysis
80%
75%
70%
58%
60%
50%
40%
30%
20%
10%
0%
Achieved CLO
Attained Percentage

Attained Level of Learning

ACHIEVED LEVEL OF LEARNING FOR Structural Analysis

6

5

4

3

2

1

0

5

4

 11. Course Approved by Academic Council (Ref. No): No. Univ./Acad/M-75/Civil/2007/180 12. Current Teacher’s In charge:  Dr. Muhammad Ilyas  Dr. Muhammad Burhan Sharif  Dr. Azhar Saleem

Course Outline Structural Analysis

Last Update on: 20-03-2015